H7600/H8000 pitch/time fix & shifters

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      boeklanoei
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      After reading a lot on the Internet about The H8000(fw) in relation with pitch/time fix, aligning en harmonizing (pitch shifters) I found myself sad to read, that there are not much eventide harmonizer users who truly work on vocals on a daily based something with this range of Eventide units.

      No success stories about mix egineers/producers who have good expierence
      with this unit used specially for specific asked vocal techniques, so far.

      But I believe that they are there somewhere. Any people out here on the forum who have does expierence of pitch/time/aliging,harmonizing correction on vocalsprojects & also compaired it to the software alternatives like autotune/melodyne? 

      People with serious mixing gear facilities & expierence who have any commentz on the lower standing questions & would like to share there thoughts? Thank U very much.

      Only interested in commentz from real expierence please.

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      H8000(FW),H7600 (& Orville; altough its a bit older model):
      All & only for vocals, and only the preset/algothimes options (no Vsig).

      1. How are the pitch & time correction presets/algohrimes of this unit compaired to the nowdays: Melodyne,variaudio,autotune & wavetune tools?
      Better results? Or likewise results or? Most interest in the artifacts story.

      Corrections with a max of 200 cents for pitch en 20-30 bpm differents to the orignal file max. for timing/time fix.

      2. How are the pitch shift (creating new harmonies: 3th,5th choirs etc) compaired to the mentiod alternatives? Again the artifacts stories.

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      3. How are the doubler aligning options in this unit, compaired to (for instance) Vocalign of likewise software tools?

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